Sep 15 AT 2:48 PM Dustin Earley 10 Comments

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has the best display ever used in a smartphone

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DisplayMate is know for being hands-down the most comprehensive smartphone and tablet display analysis firm in the business. So when they say something good about a smartphone’s display, you know they mean it. Today, DisplayMate has published their findings on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and it’s nothing but good news for Samsung’s latest flagship.

According to DisplayMate, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 boasts the best display they have ever tested in a smartphone. From the Note 4′s analysis:

Based on our extensive Lab tests and measurements, the Galaxy Note 4 is the Best performing Smartphone display that we have ever tested. It matches or breaks new records in Smartphone display performance for: Highest Absolute Color Accuracy, Highest Screen Resolution, Infinite Contrast Ratio, Highest Peak Brightness, Highest Contrast Rating in Ambient Light, and the smallest Brightness Variation with Viewing Angle. Its Color Management capability provides multiple Color Gamuts — a major advantage that is not currently provided by any of the other leading Smartphones. The Galaxy Note 4 delivers uniformly consistent all around Top Tier display performance: it is the first Smartphone display to ever get all Green (Very Good to Excellent) Ratings in all test and measurement categories (except one Yellow for a Brightness Variation with Average Picture Level) since we started the Display Technology Shoot-Out article Series in 2006, an impressive achievement for a display. The Galaxy Note 4 has again raised the bar for top display performance up by another notch.Dr Raymond SoneiraDisplayMate

While Samsung is busy bragging about being the first to market with oversized smartphone-tablet hybrids, they should be bragging about this. What better selling point for a device with a 5-plus-inch display is there than “Our device has the best screen on the market”? Apparently, Samsung has killed it in the hardware department. They probably won’t, but let’s just hope they don’t forget to remind everyone.

Via: Android Central

Source: DisplayMate

Dustin Earley: Tech enthusiast; avid gamer; all around jolly guy.

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  • Steve

    The Note 4 seems to be nothing to be disappointed at. Maybe this is enough to bring me back. I have so far found the LG flex to be the best overall phone with a 5.5 inch display or greater in 2014. With the one plus one and lg g3 tied for second. I found the lag from touch wiz to be quite noticeable in the Note 3, almost as noticeable as the G3s QHD screen. But after trying htc m8, one plus one, Nokia 1520, lg g3 and the Sony Z2, nothing has suited me more than the g flex. Just wish it had same camera as G3. I am dieing to try the new Nexus 6 with a 5.9 inch display, looks awesome. It would be neat if the three a spen in it

    • Mike jones

      Huh? The gflex is shit to most phones. Thats like saying the s3 is better then the s5.

  • MacDaddyDroidBoy

    ” The Galaxy Note 4 has again raised the bar for top display performance up by another notch.”

    Samsung should tout their strengths in their advertisements and use less energy pointing out the flaws of others.

  • Dan

    Really???? I use to like Samsung but on my S3 they disappoint me with their way of ignoring the problem that they had of killing the micro-sd cards.
    Samsung have another things that bother me:
    Home button, ugly , old style, analog type of button with a stupid position and when pocket the phone would always wake up the screen.
    Volume button , analog, stupid position….always push them without intention and end up shouting down the phone ring or volume.
    Power button , analog and stupid position been in exterior like the other buttons and sometimes gets pushed in pocket or while handling the phone.
    Samsung is time to look at LG and take example of how they make all buttons disappear from edges of the phone or face of the phone. The times when this buttons were a hit are goon.
    And to top this you used those ugly edges from cheap shiny plastic making phones look so cheap like some toy phones.
    Samsung you lost me for ever as client . I use to love your brand but since you ignore the problem with S3 and there are thousand of people claiming this all over the internet… I hate your brand and bunch of lazy designers that don’t make new design on your phones. You have same dinosaur design on all your models.
    Since I have LG G3 I don’t even want to think about Samsung…not even you ugly Note 4

    • Mr.Man

      Are you serious?! You weren’t really a Samsung lover, you complained to much about your phone to be one.Keep your, ” we rush to beat people to the punch with a QHD screen but the phone actually sucks G3!” I don’t think the G3 is a bad phone but to say it bests the The Noe 4 is ridiculous.

  • hockey

    The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is one of the most powerful smartphones available, and like its stablemates the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2, provides a wealth of Android powered functionality.

    • john

      one of the? you mean the most powerful?

  • John Patrick

    The upcoming Note 4 was what kept me from upgrading my GS4 to a Galaxy S5. The S5 just didn’t have enough Gee Whiz factors or a big enough bump in screen size to warrant an upgrade. Reading this I’m glad I waited. Now, if I could just buy a Note 4 instead of reading about it.

  • Eddie

    Nothing compares to this phone..

    Talk about a beautiful display!

    http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/gadgetlab/2011/02/MG_3745_1.jpg

  • chuckh0308

    Come to daddy!